Fresh 2 Def clothing are back with another preview from their spring/summer 2015 collection, which will be coming at you straight from the streets of Birmingham City, UK. This cap comes in an antique-inspired red and yellow all-over floral pattern. The front displays the F2D logo on the side and flies the New Era flag. Fresh 2 Def Clothing is a brand that “always strive to keep it fresh,” which is what they’re doing with this snapback. It’s just too bad we’ll have to wait until 2015 to get it.
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Straight from the streets of Birmingham City, UK comes this upcoming floral 9FIFTY from Fresh 2 Def Clothing – an urban streetwear brand that brings you limited edition gear. The brand “embodies the UK street lifestyle translated into raw material and will always strive to keep it fresh.” If looks like their doing just that with this snapback that is part of their spring 2015 collection. The cap comes in blue and features an all-over floral print. The front displays a “F2D” crest and the side flies the New Era flag. It’s going to be a long winter, but at least you’ll have this spring-inspired cap to look forward to! Keep it locked here and at Fresh 2 Def Clothing for more info on this snapback. …more
F2D Clothing is a urban street fashion brand created by long time friends Daniel Gardiner, Gary Thompson and Marcus Isaac. Since 2008 the F2D Team have been bringing you limited edition alternative wear to the normal high street labels you see plastered all over everybody. Here they leak a few interesting New Era 9Fifty snapback hats that are going to land later this year. Check out more via Fresh2Death Clothing.
If you’re into tribal print, check out this snapback from F2D. It comes in black, with the brand’s logo on the front, and a visor that is laced with colorful tribal print – a fashion trend that is currently very popular. With this cap on your head, there is no doubt you will be fresh to def! This cap is limited to 100 pieces, so don’t sleep on it. Cop it ASAP!
Born in the streets of Birmingham by three partnering friends, FRESH 2 DEF CLOTHING had a vision of openining an online street fashion store. The idea evolved into their own brand once they realised they had the drive, determination and talent to do so. The evolution of the brand recently continued with F2D collaborating with Soulja Boy to bring the S.O.D.M.G collaborative line to life. The brands first installment of headwear will see a 9Fifty snapback collection including five new pieces. The caps will be available shortly via FRESH 2 DEF CLOTHING.
Play dirty, beat the cold, and stay fresh in this beanie from the Undefeated. This winter-ready hat comes olive green. The front displays “Play Dirty” in cursive embroidery, and the side flies the New Era flag. Undefeated have been hitting with a lot of fresh New Era products for the holiday season, and you won’t want to miss out on their latest. Don’t let your winter headwear game take a loss – make sure it stays undefeated! Cop this beanie via Pick Your Shoes.
Keep your cap game victorious with the latest 59FIFTY from the Undefeated camp. This all new “5 Strike” undefeated New Era comes in three color choices: brown/black, black/silver, and blue/white. All of the caps feature a classic kelly green under-visor. The front is embroidered with the iconic Undefeated logo; the side flies the New Era flag, and the back displays “UNDFTD.” Play dirty and stay fresh in this UNDFTD fitted. If your undefeated in the game grab one of the many dope colorways at Undefeated Apparel. That gold trim though..
Looking to make a statement about what a well dressed person you are? The “Sorry I’m Fresh” series of caps are back again! This time around these hats come in a 59FIFTY style with a denim crown and a choice of neon red, green or orange visor and detailing. The front features the motto “Sorry I’m Fresh” and the back displays “And you’re not.” If being humble isn’t your strongest personality trait and you want the world to know just how fresh you are – cop this series of caps at Def Shop before the site says “Sorry, these caps are no longer available.”
No it isn’t a caprice juice pouch! It’s Tokyo’s retaW getting creative with New Era Japan on a series of car tag air freshener’s. Keep your space smelling appropriate and eliminate foul odors by smacking up a hint of lemon, mint, lavender and amber. Define yourself with fragrance that keeps your ride smelling fine, you never know who might end up in your car… Available via New Era Japan.
Skull Candy doesn’t only make dope headphones, they also have some fresh caps available, like this snapback available at Def Shop. It comes in black and features the Skull Candy logo embroidered on the front, with the New Era Flag on the side and “Skull Candy” on the back. If you’re looking to match your Skull Candy headphones with a fly cap, this is the one to get. Don’t miss out. Cop it at Def Shop.
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little, big preview from UK brand Fresh 2 Death making some huge moves on its 2013 fall collection. Plaid, camo, denim and leather are all used in harmony with its colors and designs. After having a look ourselves we feel that this is the brands strongest release to date and continues to move towards a global status brand. The first piece to be available is the Tristar 9Fifty Fresh 2 Death New Era. Which is your favorite snapback coming soon from our F2D x NEW ERA ranges?
Here’s an inside look at the Tribal Print F2D New Era 9Fifty snapback’s. These are set to drop end of September / beginning of October and feature a tribal aztec type of print all over the piece. One of the pieces feature the F2D Shield while the other piece has a baseball script type of logo that stats “Fresh Survive& Provide”. Get up of Fresh 2 Death clothing.
So Fresh Clothing from Santa Cruz has developed a new hat to release for the summer season. The “Old E” New Era fitted comes in a black and white colorway with black pinstripes all over the crown. Paying homage to their roots, the city “Santa Cruz” is embroidered in black on the front panels. Definitely a hat to take a look at for any fans of the brand or city.